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They won’t be nearly as visible as your Terribs.
In fact, most times I walk by my Ameerega tanks, it’s a ghost town.

You won’t be seeing them very often, if that is your goal, as they can be pretty secretive at times.


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Here's what it looks like every time I walk into the frog room (please excuse the reflection, I didn't open the vivarium doors):

The red marks are below the 3 frogs.
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That’s bc you have 4 leaf clovers up your butt. Lol

The only time I see mine is early morning, and right before sunset.


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I see my female pepperi Abiseo all the time and can sometimes find the male, too, if I look hard enough. I think there are a lot of factors in play including the disposition of individual frogs, tank 'scaping/design, and amount of light among many others that will determine how often you see your frogs. As Gamble said, though, I can't imagine any combination of the above making them as visible as terribs, though :)

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I see my female pepperi Abiseo all the time and can sometimes find the male, too, if I look hard enough. I think there are a lot of factors in play including the disposition of individual frogs, tank 'scaping/design, and amount of light among many others that will determine how often you see your frogs. As Gamble said, though, I can't imagine any combination of the above making them as visible as terribs, though :)

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One of my pepperi is, almost literally, out in sight all day long, and the others stay where I can see them if I look close enough. As bold as any of my other frogs, perhaps the single boldest frog I own.

I tend to have less bright lights than most people use, I use a single sunblaster T5HO for this tank, perhaps that helps ;-)
 

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I raise Pepperi tads communally and I haven't added leaves so far. I don't guess it could hurt adding a leaf or two to my water, though. Might try that next breeding season. I haven't had great success getting my pair to produce healthy froglets on a percentage basis, so I am happy to try the leaves :)

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I raise Pepperi tads communally and I haven't added leaves so far. I don't guess it could hurt adding a leaf or two to my water, though. Might try that next breeding season. I haven't had great success getting my pair to produce healthy froglets on a percentage basis, so I am happy to try the leaves :)

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Thanks! I'll give it a shot with this clutch and document what happens ,
 
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